Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 Still Remains A Mystery!
February 1st, 2018
Anthony Clake, an executive at Marshall Wace Asset Management, is the key figure behind Ocean Infinity, the sub-sea exploration company which won the contract to hunt the missing Flight MH370.
The private company Ocean Infinity has begun a 90 day search for MH370. After several failed attempts to locate the missing Boeing 777, the latest attempt by the well-funded Ocean Infinity represents a high-tech reboot of the single largest search in aviation history.
After several failed attempts to locate the missing Boeing 777, the latest attempt by the well-funded Ocean Infinity represents a high-tech reboot of the single largest search in aviation history.
“We are pleased that our offer to continue the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has been accepted by the Government of Malaysia, who I would like to thank for giving us the opportunity.
Whilst there can be no guarantees of locating the aircraft, we believe our system of multiple autonomous vehicles working simultaneously is well suited to the task at hand.
I wish our team the best of luck in their endeavors and sincerely hope that we will be able to play a part in providing some answers to the many people affected by this tragedy,” said Ocean Infinity’s CEO, Oliver Plunkett.
How a modern jumbo airliner simply vanished in the busy south-east Asian airspace still remains as one of the most tragic mysteries globally!
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was a scheduled international passenger flight that took off on march 8, 2014 while flying from KL to Beijing.
The aircraft disappeared from air traffic controllers’ radar screens at 01:22, but was still tracked on military radar as it deviated westwards from its planned flight path and crossed the Malay Peninsula, until it left the range at 02:22 while over the Andaman Sea, 370 km north-west of Penang.
“The bodies inside missing Malaysia MH370 aircraft will most likely be perfectly preserved “like a time capsule” when they are found”, said an expert to a leading newspaper.
The aircraft was carrying 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 15 nations.